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NOVEMBER 8, 2019
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County adopts “Alberta First” resolution

DEIRDRE MITCHELL-MACLEAN Times Contributor

Wheatland County’s Division One Coun- cillor Jason Wilson proposed county adopt a resolution on Alberta’s place in Canada dur- ing Tuesday’s council meeting. “I’m not a separatist,” Wilson said as he in- troduced the resolution. “But if the govern- ment of Canada won’t meet us halfway, then what?” The resolution seeks action from both the federal and provincial government. To the federal government: acknowledgement of Al- berta’s financial contribution to the federal government. Albertans have the highest aver- age incomes in the country; while they are not taxed more than other regions, they do pay more in federal taxes than regions where wages are lower. Secondly, the resolution wants acknowl- edgement that Albertans pay more into the Canada Pension Plan than they take out. With an average age of 37, Alberta is one of the youngest provinces in confederation today. It goes on to request the Alberta govern- ment create its own pension plan, collect its own income tax, demand Senate reform, insti- tute its own provincial police force and have more control over its immigration; essential- ly, Quebec but without the lower wages and higher taxes. The resolution also demands the provincial government “use Section 88 of the Supreme Court’s decision in the Quebec Secession Ref- erence to remove equalization from the Cana- dian Constitution.” Finally, if the federal government does not “deal with these demands in good faith,” the resolution asks “that the Government of Al- berta will hold a referendum with a ‘clear question’, as defined by The Clarity Act, on the secession of Alberta from the Canadian Confederation on October 18th 2021.” Council intends to introduce it to the Rural Municipalities of Alberta (RMA) zone meeting in February for approval and, hopefully, spon- sorship. It will then be introduced for adop- tion at the RMA Conference in the fall of 2020.

Firing on all cylinders Wheatland Chiefs forward Adam Kirkpatrick’s first period goal gave the local

Firing on all cylinders

Wheatland Chiefs forward Adam Kirkpatrick’s first period goal gave the local double-A midget team a 3-0 lead en route to a 7-3 drubbing of the Bow Valley Timberwolves on Nov. 3 at the Strathmore Family Centre. The Chiefs, who improved to 8-1-1 on the season, will now travel to High River on Nov. 10 to take on the Foothills Bisons. The team’s next home game is Nov. 23 (4:45 p.m.) when they host the Okotoks Oilers at the Family Centre.

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The Wheatland and Area Hospice Society would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the
The Wheatland and Area Hospice Society
would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the
following list of all the participants and donors
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Halloween

on ice

8, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 3 Halloween on ice The Town of Strathmore hosted

The Town of Strathmore hosted Halloween on Ice on Oct. 31 at the Strathmore arena. There were games and a costume contest, as well as pumpkin curling for young and old alike. Sophie (top photo, l-r) and Ashlynn Baxter all dressed up and ready to skate. Liam Sacher (right photo) having fun with the pump- kins on the ice.

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n t h e i c e . Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean Photos Trunk or treat at Full

Trunk or treat at Full Gospel Church

Strathmore’s Full Gospel Church held a “trunk or treat” Halloween event on Oct. 31 for children of all ages. Elaine Wheeler (l), dressed as a beautiful butterfly and was visited by St. Patrick of Ireland, 11-year-old Luke Roch- ford.

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of Ireland, 11-year-old Luke Roch- ford. Manny Everett Photo Christmas Downtown in Strathmore LINDA JENSEN Time

Christmas Downtown in Strathmore

LINDA JENSEN

Time Contributor

On Nov. 15-16, Strathmore’s down- town core merchants will welcome the community to a vibrant, interactive Christmas Downtown event. This is a chance for local Strathmore niche market entrepreneurs to show- case their work. Each store has their own special way of welcoming guests. With home baking or nutmegged eggnog to sample, festive music, unique giftware, raffles, photos, art, lights or demonstrations to see, patrons will be inspired. Linda and Brian Code of Strathmore’s Florist have been hosting an open house at their downtown location for 38 years. “November is a quiet time (and) an open house is a traditional way of con- necting with people on a fun, friendly basis,” said Linda Code. “It is the official start of the Christmas season and a way

to say thank you to our customers. We want to share the opportunity, people and benefits of the downtown traffic.” Brian Code spearheaded last year’s cooperative open house event. This year, with the help of Marlene Risdon from The Rack on Third and Nicole Cordes from Back To Good, more ex- citement has been generated from the downtown retail community. Last year, nine businesses participat- ed; this year, 26 have committed to take part. All the downtown retailers will have lists of open house participants to give to friends, guests and customers. “It is about sharing our appreciation for our customers simply because (day- to-day) we are so focused on our work that we don’t always take that time,” said Brian Code. “It’s also about re- minding our customers that it’s down- town, it’s here. “We all benefit from our neighbors,” added Code. “Downtown success is success for everything.”

Code. “Downtown success is success for everything.” Strathmore’s downtown merchants, including Brian Code with

Strathmore’s downtown merchants, including Brian Code with Strathmore’s Florist (l-r), Mar- lene Risdon from The Rack on Third and Nicole Cordes from Back To Good, welcome shoppers to 2019 Christmas Downtown on Nov. 15-16.

Linda Jensen Photo

Sacred Heart Parish fundraiser a success

BRAD EVERETT

Time Contributor

While attendance was down slightly with 215 tickets sold, the auction in- come was up which meant Sacred Heart Parish’s 6th annual new church dinner and auction fundraiser brought in just over $33,000 on Nov. 2 at the Strathmore Civic Centre. “People were very generous,” said Gorete Salm, one of the event’s organiz- ers. “Even with ticket sales down, it’s funny how God works.” The live auction featured 28 items ranging from Calgary Flames tickets to a 10-day stay at Palm Springs, while the silent auction offered 250 items, all of which were donated by parish and com- munity members. “To date, we have raised $1.66 million of the $5.3 million we need to begin construction,” said Paul O’Leary, who

serves on the parish’s finance council and building committee. The parish purchased the old IGA store downtown on 4th Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Streets in 2016 and plans to renovate it. “If fundraising goes as planned, the renovations can begin in 2021 and then we hope to be worshipping there in 2023,” said O’Leary. It was announced at the banquet that a new extended walk-through video of what the new church will look like had been posted to the parish’s Facebook page (Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church – Strathmore) or can be found on YouTube.com under Sacred Heart Cath- olic Church - Extended Walkthrough v.2 (November 2019, Strathmore, Alberta). “We are one year into our ongoing three-year pledge drive and the re- sponse from the parish has been good,” added O’Leary.

sponse from the parish has been good,” added O’Leary. Mason Cockx auctioning off a Cross quilt

Mason Cockx auctioning off a Cross quilt made by Angela Helfrich which went for $325. One of the many donated items that helped raise over $33,000 for Sacred Heart Parish’s church build- ing project.

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Wheatland Elementary delivers for food banks

DEIRDRE MITCHELL-MACLEAN Times Contributor

It was another successful season for donations of food stuffs for the Wheat- land County Food Bank and the Strath- more and Wheatland County Christmas Hamper Society. For the fifth year, students at Wheat- land Elementary School partnered with Strathmore Ford for the WE Scare Hun- ger food drive. “The Grade 6 Student Leadership Council did all of the organizing for this event, including the tallying, sorting and packaging of all donated items,” said Mi- chelle Silver Rushford, associate princi- pal with Wheatland Elementary. “We are excited to share that as of Oct. 31st, our total numbers have reached 2,520 items, filling 93 boxes and weighing over 913 kilograms.” Tim Dromarsky, general manager at Strathmore Ford said they’re proud of this initiative to give back to the com- munity. “Kaizen Automotive Group (who owns Strathmore Ford) is very commu- nity focused,” he said. “When we first took over the location four years ago, we looked for ways we could give back to the community and we chose to focus on kids. With everything that’s gone on over the past four years, with the econo- my, we want to help kids so opportuni- ties remain for them.” Strathmore Ford donated $1,000 to- wards the hot lunch program at Wheat- land Elementary in return for their ef- forts. “This was a record year for the WE Scare Hunger program in program,”

a record year for the WE Scare Hunger program in program,” Students at Wheatland Elementary School

Students at Wheatland Elementary School part- nered with Strathmore Ford for the WE Scare Hunger food drive, including Candace Lowen (front) and Quinn Van Sickle.

Photo Courtesy of Wheatland Elementary School

Dromarsky said. “The 1,343 pounds … of food going to Wheatland Coun- ty Food Bank and the Strathmore and Wheatland County Christmas Hamper programs – it’s wonderful to see so much community support for them.” Non-perishable food and cash dona- tions for the food bank are still being ac- cepted at Strathmore Ford until Nov. 8. Wheatland Elementary will be col- lecting hygiene and wish list items to donate to the Strathmore and Wheat- land County Christmas Hamper Society throughout the month of November.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Who’s going to give us equalization payments?

To the Editor As we have all learned last week, Encana just an- nounced its imminent departure for the U.S. Having right now an energy friendly environment south of the border and great incentives to move, it should be no surprise that this is happening. While their CEO was very quick to point out that it would not affect Ca- nadian operations, we all know that big changes are coming. Let’s not forget also Husky Energy laying off 200 people the day after the election. We have to ask ourselves, how many more Encana’s can we afford to lose? We seriously have to as it won’t get any better. The Conservatives will blame the Liber- als, the Liberals will blame the economy, the Green and NDP are rejoicing with no solutions in hand. And here we have so-called experts and politicians in the bleach- ers telling us not to worry, jobs in green technologies will fill the gap. But where are those so-called experts and politicians when it’s time to pay your bills and mortgages? Nowhere in sight, you’re on your own. Are you not tired of this happening all over again? What

will it take so that we can rise above this parody and take in our hands our own destiny? Can’t we do better than that? Knowing that the cities of Toronto and Mon- treal alone have more seats in Ottawa than our beauti- ful province, the question must be raised. The great news is that we have a tremendous amount of potential. But where do we start? Why not the food industry? Let’s start by eliminating the incred- ible amount of red tape our farmers and small food processors have to deal with to bring out a prepared product to the public. You will see an incredible indus- try arise made of true artisans and people who really care about what they are selling you which then feed your family. Soon, you would be able to find within a 50-mile radius maybe all the food that you need. And you would be healthier. And you would know your neighbours. And your community would do better. And so much more. Wouldn’t that be great? That’s a start. What would you do to make Alberta a better place? Simon-Pierre Caron Wheatland County

Remembrance Day – A message to young people

To the Editor

I had the privilege of growing up in The War Amps Child Ampu-

tee (CHAMP) Program which was started by war amputee veter- ans. Through Operation Legacy, which is made up of members of CHAMP, we pay tribute to the veterans who founded the Associa- tion and all those who have served our country.

I have participated in Operation Legacy as far back as I can

remember by laying wreaths and attending remembrance ceremo- nies. I have only scratched the surface of understanding how much these soldiers sacrificed, but I am eager to spread the remembrance

message to other young people so that we and the generations af- ter us know who to thank. Canada as we know it today exists because of the men and wom-

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en who served, sacrificing life and limb so that future generations could live freely and safely. As young people, we are that fu- ture generation. It is up to us to say thank you and remember them because their sac- rifices weren’t for nothing, they were for everything. On Remembrance Day this year, I chal- lenge young people to attend your local ceremony, wear a poppy over your heart, or at the very least, take a moment at 11 a.m. to pause and say thank you. Rachel Quilty The War Amps

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“Providing Support to Low Income Senior Property Owners” Next Regular Council Meeting: To apply please
“Providing Support to Low Income Senior Property Owners”
Next Regular
Council Meeting:
To apply please go to FCSS located at 116 3rd Ave.
For more information call 403-934-9090.
What To Bring When You Apply:
 Copy of current property tax statement;
Nov. 20th, 2019
 Copy of 2018 Personal Income Tax Notice of
Assessment;
 Government issued picture ID, i.e. drivers
 Applicants Annual gross household income is
the same as or less than the income thresholds
set by the Government of Alberta based on
line 150 of the tax year notice of assessment;
Next Committee
of the Whole
Meeting:
license.
 Applicants taxes are in good standing.
Qualifications:
Deadline To Apply:
 Applicant must be 65 years of age or older;
 Applicant must be the registered homeowner
on title;
Nov 13th, 2019
Applications must be made before
November 30th, 2019 of the tax year being
applied for. Applications will not be accepted
 Applicant must reside in the home.
past this date.
Family Night Swim
November 29th from 6:30-10:00pm.
If you, or someone you know is receiving
Alberta Seniors Benefit or Canada Pension
or will be receiving it soon, this information
session is for you.
This is a public swim at the Strathmore Aquatic
Centre, where a Family Admission costs only $10.
Municipal Building
Project Update
Here’s a little environmental fact for you! Have you noticed
the large black tanks on the construction site for the new
municipal building? They are part of the environmental
responsibility to maintain clean storm systems. It’s a
proactive measure often found on construction sites
when the ground is disturbed to properly treat the water
from the site. For information and updates on the project,
https://strathmore.ca/en/municipal-building.aspx
Date: November 22, 2019
Time: 10am—2pm
Lunch will be provided, please let us know of any dietary requests upon registration
Location: Civic Centre
Cost - Free, however registration is required by calling FCSS at 403-934-9090
or email fcss@strathmore.ca
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Notice of Public Hearings: November 20, 2019 at 7:00pm Bylaw 19-12 An application has been
Notice of Public
Hearings: November 20, 2019 at 7:00pm
Bylaw 19-12
An application has been submitted to amend Land Use Bylaw No. 14-11 by re-designating the subject property to a site-specific Direct Control (DC)
District. The lands are legally
described as Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 001 0784, as shown below. This application proposes to allow an Autobody and Paint
Shop to
operate on the subject property.
Bylaw 19-15
An application has been submitted to amend Land Use Bylaw No. 14-11 by re-designating the subject property to a site-specific Direct Control (DC)
District. The lands are legally described as Lot 26, Block 4, Plan 141 3461, as shown below. This application proposes to allow a Secondary Suite to
operate on the subject property.
Figure 1: Bylaw 19-12
Figure 2: Bylaw 19-15
Public Hearing Process
Seniors COFFEE
A copy of the proposed Bylaws may be inspected by the
public during regular office hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm,
Monday to Friday at the Town Office (680 Westchester
Road, Strathmore, AB), or can be found on the Town website
(https://strathmore.ca/townhall/bylawspolicies/
BylawsUnderReview). Please contact the Town Office if you
would like an opportunity to review and provide input on the
proposed amendments prior to the Public Hearing.
Stop in and enjoy a cup of coffee and learn about:
Join Carly Cole, Public Educator Wheatland Crisis Society
The Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers,
Strathmore Municipal Building, 680 Westchester Road,
For a Presentation On
Strathmore Alberta on Wednesday, November 20, 2019,
Elder Abuse: Recognizing, responding and resources.
commencing at 7:00 pm with procedures in accordance
with the
Town of Strathmore
Council Procedural Bylaw #16-
18
and amendments thereto.
This presentation will provide practical knowledge about what
elder abuse is, how to recognize it and how you can help
someone experiencing elder abuse.
Any person or group of persons, or person acting on
someone’s behalf, who claims to be affected by any or all
When: Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019
the proposed bylaws may present suggestions or concerns
by making a submission to the public hearing.
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Written submissions to the Public Hearing or the name
of any person wishing to make an oral presentation at
the Public Hearing must be received by the Planning
Where: Strathmore Municipal Library
85 Lakeside Blvd
and Development Department prior to 12:00 noon on
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 as outlined in Bylaw #16-
Guest Speaker: Carly Cole
18
and amendments thereto. If your written submission is
not received by this time, please provide fifteen (15) copies
Public Educator Wheatland Crisis Society
for distribution at the Public
Hearing. Each person wishing
to address Council at the Public Hearing shall complete
their verbal presentation within three minutes.
Please note that written submissions will become public
documents once submitted to the Town, unless otherwise
requested.
Sponsored by the
Please contact Planning and
Development at
(403) 934 3133 prior to attending a Public Hearing to
Seniors Advisory Committee
determine the order of Bylaw presentations in the Council
Agenda to ensure efficient use of your time.
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Strathmore RCMP is investigating the Theft of a Truck that took place on October 20th,
Strathmore RCMP is investigating the Theft of a Truck that took place on October 20th,

Strathmore RCMP is investigating the Theft of a Truck that took place on October 20th, 2019. The truck is described as a red 2015 Dodge Ram 3500 with licence plate L27703.

If you have any information that could help locate this truck, please contact the Strathmore RCMP. File: 20191613166.

1-800-222-TIPS

(1-800-222-8477)

contact the Strathmore RCMP. File: 20191613166. 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477) 403-934-5552 120 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore

403-934-5552

120 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore

403-934-5552 120 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore FCSS and seniors funding maintained in Budget 2019 DEIRDRE

FCSS and seniors funding maintained in Budget 2019

DEIRDRE MITCHELL-MACLEAN Times Contributor

Minister of Community and Social Ser- vices Rajan Sawhney announced on Oct. 31 that Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) funding will remain at $100 million for 2019-20. “We value the long-term relationship with FCSS programs,” Sawhney said on Nov. 1. “We know they will continue to provide efficient, targeted and results- oriented program- ming in Alberta communities.” For municipali- ties like Strath- more and Wheat-

land County who opt into the pro- gram, the province provides 80 per cent funding with the municipality responsible for the other 20 per cent. “The FCSS pro- gram is designed to provide preven- tative community-

based services, planned and delivered with a strong volunteer component to address community needs,” reads a state- ment on the Town of Strathmore website. Strathmore FCSS director Linda Ber- nicki presented the Community Access Card program to council which was ap- proved in September. The program al- lows low-income families to obtain ac- cess to Town of Strathmore programs and services at a reduced cost. Swimming lessons, activities at the sports centre, family centre, programs at the Child, Youth and Family Hub and FCSS are covered under the Access Card. Wheatland County FCSS helps fund local libraries, playschools, caregiver support and the Growing Families Soci- ety, as well as other programs available throughout the county. Funding for seniors’ benefits will also remain steady for the coming year with an increase in funding for seniors hous- ing. Seniors or family of seniors in the area interested in learning more about local community supports, or Alberta seniors’ benefits programs, can contact FCSS in Strathmore at 403-934-9090 or Wheat- land County at 403-934-5335.

PLAYSAFE: Don’t Let It Happen to You Adam Rebecca The War Amps new “kids-to-kids” safety
PLAYSAFE:
Don’t Let It Happen to You
Adam
Rebecca
The War Amps new
“kids-to-kids” safety
video, featuring
stories from young
amputees who
have lost limbs in
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accidents, delivers
the hard-hitting but
positive message:
“Spot the danger
before you play!”
Visit waramps.ca/playsafe for the video
and safety resources.
STRATHMORE & WHEATLAND COUNTY CHRISTMAS HAMPER SOCIETY a Saturday, Nov 23 9 am - 5
STRATHMORE & WHEATLAND COUNTY
CHRISTMAS HAMPER SOCIETY
a
Saturday, Nov 23
9 am - 5 pm
Co-op, Sobeys,
Walmart and No Frills
SCHOOL BUSES WILL BE THERE TO FILL
WITH FOOD & TOYS!
Community Falls Prevention Program Learn How to Prevent a Fall Before It Happens Thursday, November
Community Falls Prevention Program
Learn How to Prevent a Fall Before It Happens
Thursday, November 21
10:00 am
Gleichen & District Community Hall
Snack & Door Prize Provided
Registration will be required by contacting Linda Holt at 403-734-2130
or by emailing Nancy at btgalberta@outlook.com
In partnership with the
In partnership with the
Bridging
the Gap Bridging
the Gap
Gleichen Gleichen & District & Community District Community Association Association
BOW RIVER ALLIANCE CHURCH 105 Main St. Carseland 403-934-9337 SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Holy Cross Collegiate
BOW RIVER ALLIANCE CHURCH
105 Main St. Carseland
403-934-9337
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC
Holy Cross Collegiate School Gym
709B - 2nd Street, Strathmore
Pastor: Kevin Enns
office@bowriveralliance.com
Sunday Worship: 10 am
www.bowriveralliance.com
403-934-2641
Pastor: Fr. Wojciech Jarzecki
Masses: Saturday 5 pm • Sunday 10 am
ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS ANGLICAN
103 - 227 3rd Ave.
RCCG PECULIAR PEOPLE ASSEMBLY
(1 PET. 2:9)
322 A 2nd Avenue, Strathmore
587-727-0649
403-714-2283
Pastor: Sunday Adeola
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm
www.rccgstrathmore.com
strathmoreanglican@gmail.com
Rev. Malcolm Kern
Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am
“Becoming fully alive in Jesus Christ”
STRATHMORE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
50 Maplewood Drive • 403-934-2225
Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer
Youth Pastor: Rev. Kyle Lomenda
New Office Hours:
HOPE COMMUNITY
COVENANT CHURCH
245 Brent Blvd, Strathmore • 403-934-2424
Pastor: Heidi Wiebe
Worship Service Sundays 10 am
www.hope-community.ca
9 am - 4 pm • Tues - Wed - Thur
Worship Service: 10:30 am
Children’s Church & Nursery in Service
Extending Grace - igniting hope
www.strathmorefullgospel.com
LORD OF ALL (NALC) LUTHERAN
112 Lakeside Blvd. • 403-934-2374
Pastor: Dawn Nelson
Worship Schedule
Thursday Evening 7:00 pm
Sunday Family 10:30 am
Christian Education
For All - Ages 3-103
Sunday at 9:30 am
Join us in Praising our Lord, Jesus Christ!
STRATHMORE ALLIANCE
325 1 Ave • 403-934-3543
Corner of 1 Ave & Wheatland Trail
Lead Pastor: Mike Wiebe
Associate Pastor: John Duerksen
Youth/Worthip Inter: Connor Hyde
10:00 am Worship Service
www.strathmorealliance.com
STRATHMORE UNITED
Wheatland Trail & 3rd Avenue
403-934-3025
Rev. Pamela Scott
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Sunday School 10:30 am
Nursery Care Provided
Wheel Chair Accessible
Loop system for the hearing impaired
STRATHMORE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Meeting in the Lutheran Church
112 Lakeside Blvd. 587-227-6956
Pastor: Donald Pierre
Services held every Saturday
Sabbath School: 10 AM
Worship Service: 11 AM
www.strathmoreadventist.ca
donald816@hotmail.com
HARVEST HEALING CENTRE CHURCH
102 Canal Gardens
403-901-0893 / 403-880-3171
Pastor: Elizabeth Karp
Pastor: Dave Mackie
Worship Sundays 10:30 am
Youth Tuesdays 7 pm
Come Join us for a spirit-filled time
of worship

The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints

60 Maplewood Drive

403-983-2746

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Worship Service Sundays 10 a.m.

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Eating too much processed food is bad for our health because they take the place of other healthier foods in our diet. What is processed food? The most common are pre-made meals, fast food and frozen dishes. Also included are sweetened milk products, juices, mass-produced bread products, margarine, prepackaged soups and noodles and sweetened cereals. Check the ingredients on the label. If there are many of them you can’t even pro- nounce, don’t eat it. Making homemade teas from licorice root extract can have an effect on blood pressure. Some people who drink copious amounts of the tea may find their blood pressure increases as well as retaining water and having their potassium levels drop. If you have high blood pressure, use licorice teas moderately. This is flu shot season and if you are pregnant and wondering if you should get the flu shot, you should. The immunization will be passed on to your baby and can last two to three months after birth. This will reduce the risk of the baby getting the flu in its early months of life. Many people who are waiting in line for a cof- fee or banking service will choose to look at their phone while they are waiting. Others will just stare off into space in an almost meditative mood. Here’s

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Strathmore Performing Arts Festival preparing for spring

CHRISTINE FOSHAUG Times Contributor

Mark your calendars … the dates for the 2020 Strathmore Performing Arts Festival (SPAF) have been announced – the festival will run from Mar. 27 to Apr. 4, winding up with the Showcase Con- cert on Apr. 7. SPAF gives local singers and musicians the opportunity to perform in front of an audience and get valuable feedback from an adjudicator. Anyone can register and there is no age limit. The registra- tion deadline is Feb. 1. Classes will include musical theatre, voice, concert band, jazz band, percus- sion ensemble, instrumental, choir, pia- no and classroom music, which is new to the 2020 schedule. They will be held at École Brentwood Elementary School, Strathmore High School, Holy Cross Col- legiate and Strathmore United Church. The Showcase Concert will take place at Hope Community Covenant Church. SPAF hopes to build on last year’s in- augural festival, which saw 210 entries and more than 600 participants from Strathmore and surrounding areas. “Our first festival was very successful,” said Carolyn Steeves, SPAF president. “Because of generous donations from members of our community, we were able to offer $4,250 in scholarship mon- ey to 68 festival participants, as well as provide each participant with excellent education from high-level musicians and performers from all over Alberta.” On Oct. 26, SPAF became part of the Alberta Music Festival Association (AMFA), and it was an emotional mo- ment for Steeves.

“I had tears in my eyes,” she said. “There were so many things to be thank- ful for. So many thoughts went through my head. But I kept coming back to all the amazing people of Strathmore and area who believed in us, our vision and most of all our Strathmore Performing Arts Festival.” Joining AMFA allows SPAF the privi- lege of being part of an organization that oversees 36 member festivals. It also means that adjudicators will be able to nominate outstanding SPAF perform- ers to represent Strathmore at the pro- vincial festival in late May in Edmonton. Steeves stressed the importance of sponsorship to the success of the inau- gural festival. “Our SPAF board started with no funds at all and by the time the festival had started, we had fundraised over $20,000. This enabled us to rent performance space, pay our adjudica- tors, print everything we needed and provide over $4,000 in scholarships.” Sponsors can choose from a variety of seed money donation levels and schol- arship donation levels, within the corpo- rate sponsorship package or the patron donation package. The deadline for do- nations is Mar. 1, 2020. Students in schools and private mu- sic studios are already preparing for the festival. “We are hoping that developing musi- cians will look forward to the first week in April every year as their time to shine, their time to be in the spotlight and to let their hard work, creativity and talents shine through,” said Steeves. For more information, please visit strathmorepaf.com or email strathmore- paf@gmail.com.

WHEATLAND SENIORS TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY

The Shopping Bus

The Shopping Bus started in the 1970’s with Mr. Peter Ludwig who owned and operated his own bussing company. He was able to secure a grant to aide with the cost of running a bus from Rosedale to various small communities in Wheatland County. This bus would pick seniors up from Hussar, Standard, Rockyford and Strathmore and take them to different shopping malls in and around Calgary on a regular basis and at an affordable cost. When Mr. Ludwig retired his son and daughter-in-law continued to provide the service. This service is well received, and the bus was usually full or nearly full. In 1981 an executive was formed in Strathmore under the name Wheatland Seniors Transportation and continued with the same service and The Ludwig’s continued to provide the bus. In 2005 a volunteer executive was formed. Each community was allotted seats on the bus according to population so that everyone had a chance to ride. In 2006 the Ludwig’s retired and a new bus charter was found. Pegasus charter bus was from the Hanna area. In 2013 a Board of Directors was formed who then applied to The Society Act and received a Certificate of Incorporation in May. In 2014, due to declining ridership, seniors from Drumheller, who no longer had a bus service, were invited to also come on the bus. In April of that year a new charter company had to be found. Another charter company from the Hanna area, Loran Charters, took on the service. Because the ridership has continued to decline this service has now been extended to include seniors from Hanna. The Shopping bus now goes to a different indoor malls in Calgary, as well as Cross Iron Mills, the 2nd. Tuesday of each month on a rotating basis. It is available for seniors 50+ however, seniors 65+ are given preference. These trips enable seniors who are still mobile to maintain some of their independence by allowing them to shop, make appointments in the city, meet with family or friends or just provide an opportunity for an outing. Unfortunately, the bus is not wheelchair accessible, but walkers may be taken. The bus is totally run by volunteers and is a non-profit organization. It is dependent on grants and donations help to keep the fee low enough so that it is affordable by all. At this time, there are not many taking advantage of this service and we are in danger of losing it due to both lack of riders and lack of volunteers for the board.

Public Notice: Road Closure From November 12-16 a portion of Park Lane Drive will be
Public Notice: Road Closure
From November 12-16 a portion of Park Lane Drive will be closed during construction of the
new municipal building for sanitary and storm connections. As you travel by car plan a few
extra minutes and change up your route to get into the area. Sidewalks will be open with some
pedestrian detours. There will be local access to Lambert Village. Watch for road closure signage
and detour information in the area. Check out the maps below to view the detours. Thank you for
your patience and understanding.
For information and updates on the project, https://strathmore.ca/en/municipal-building.aspx#
LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY
PARKLANE DRIVE
CENTRE STREET
LAKESIDE BOULEVARD
SECOND STREET
FIRST AVENUE
THIRD STREET
SECOND AVENUE
THIRD AVENUE
µ
FOURTH STREET
FOURTH AVENUE
Contact:
ROAD CLOSED
(403) 934-3133 (PH)
(403) 901-1476 (FX)
The information contained on this map is not to be construed or used as a "legal description". Map information is believed to be accurate but accuracy can not guaranteed. Any errors or omissions should be reported to the Town of
www.strathmore.ca
Strathmore GIS Services Department. In no event will the Town of Strathmore be liable for any damages, lost profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss that might arise from the use of this
map or the information contained within it.
FIFTH AVENUE
Image 1: Vehical Detour
Image 2: Pedestrian Detour
SIXTH AVENUE
ARCHIE KLAIBER TRAIL
EVIRDSAMHOT
PARK ROAD

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STRATHMORE To honour our service men & women we will be open Monday, November 11
STRATHMORE
To honour our service
men & women we
will be open
Monday, November 11
from 12 noon
to 5 pm only.
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We will always remember the courage of those who fought for our freedom.

We will always remember the courage of those who fought for our freedom.
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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.

Stella Jones

On Remembrance Day We pause to remember the sacrifices of our fallen heroes. Thank you
On Remembrance Day
We pause to remember the
sacrifices of our fallen heroes.
Thank you for all the freedoms
we enjoy today.
Strathmore, Country Lane Mall
403-983-1803
we enjoy today. Strathmore, Country Lane Mall 403-983-1803 Drew Gregory played in the Three Chords and
we enjoy today. Strathmore, Country Lane Mall 403-983-1803 Drew Gregory played in the Three Chords and
we enjoy today. Strathmore, Country Lane Mall 403-983-1803 Drew Gregory played in the Three Chords and

Drew Gregory played in the Three Chords and The Roots tour show in Three Hills on Nov. 1. The songwriter circle tour is in support of mental health for farmers in part- nership with the Do More Agriculture Foundation. The show will be coming to Standard on Nov. 20.

Photo Courtesy of Drew Gregory

to Standard on Nov. 20. Photo Courtesy of Drew Gregory Do More Ag songwriter circle comes

Do More Ag songwriter circle comes to Standard

ADELLE ELLIS

Times Reporter

studies of mental health this can be a very danger- ous thing, and the silence and living in your own head can start a real downward spiral that can be tough to get out of.” Gregory said Do More Ag is trying to break down the stigma that farmers need to be tough and shouldn’t talk about what they are feeling. The Nov. 20 show will follow a relaxed song- writer circle setting where the five performers will be on stage at the same time and each performer will share the stories behind the songs they sing. The intimate and relaxed atmosphere allows the audience to get to know the artists personally, to hear the stories behind the songs and to laugh at the jokes that will pass between the entertainers. Gregory is playing two out of the eight Three Chords and The Roots Songwriter Circle in Support of Mental Health for Farmers fundraising shows being held, with every show raising money for the Do More Agriculture Foundation. In Standard, a portion of the funds raised locally will go towards helping build a new permanent rodeo arena. The show on Nov. 20 goes from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Standard Community Hall. Tickets are $15 at the door and there will be food and beverages available for purchase.

As part of an initiative to raise awareness of the

Do More Agriculture Foundation, an organization helping with mental health in rural communities,

local country musician Drew Gregory will join as a special guest in a songwriter’s circle performance in his hometown of Standard, along with the four main acts: Blake Reid, Joni Delaurier, Troy Kokol and Duane Steele. Three Chords and The Roots Songwriter Circle in Support of Mental Health for Farmers will per- form at the community hall in Standard on Nov.

20.

“It’s been a tough year for a lot of farmers and it’s been put in place to try to help with some of the stresses of farm life … it’s been a very tough year on farms and I’ve experienced this firsthand,” said Gregory, who also farms. As a rural farmer and musician, he said he is glad to be able to mix both music and his agriculture background for good. “Farmers tend to try and be very tough and not talk to anyone about the stresses they are feeling,” said Gregory. “(It’s been) proven over and over in

Rosebud’s A Christmas Story is a laugh-a-minute

LAUREEN F. GUENTHER Times Reporter

A Christmas Story, a play by Philip Grecian

based on the classic 1983 movie, opened at Rose- bud Theatre on Nov. 1. Ralph Parker, played by Aaron Krogman, nar- rates for us through the re-enactment of his most memorable childhood Christmas, 30 years ago. Ralphie, played by Rebbekah Ogden, is nine years old that year in the 1950s, growing up with

his mother (Glenda Warken- tin), father (Nathan Schmidt) and little brother Randy (Si- las Winters).

That year, Ralphie wants

a BB gun for Christmas. In fact, he doesn’t want any- thing else.

Everyone – from his moth-

er to his teacher to his class-

mates to Santa – warns Ral- phie, if he gets a BB gun, he’ll shoot his eye out. But Ralphie hatches a plan to convince his parents that a BB gun is the best possible gift. His plan proceeds, but ev- erything else goes wrong. The furnace explodes. The neighbour dogs chase his dad. His dad displays an em- barrassing prize in the front window. The teacher hands out a big writing assignment. And Ralphie ruins all hope of getting the only thing he wants. But, because of grace, Ral- phie gets what he needs –

and maybe what he wants as well. Love, the grown-up Ralph reminds us, is what Christ- mas is all about. All the cast members –

Times

ADDENDUM

Keith Clayton is also

a board member of

the Wheatland and Area Hospice Society. His name was

inadvertently left out

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in

last week’s paper.

Ralphie Parker (Reb- bekah Ogden, rear) tells the story of his most memorable childhood Christ- mas in A Christmas Story, playing at Rosebud Theatre through Dec. 22. Ralphie’s parents are played by Glenda Warkentin and Na- than Schmidt, and his younger brother Randy is played by Silas Winters.

Photo Courtesy of Kelsey Krogman

is played by Silas Winters. Photo Courtesy of Kelsey Krogman with the exception of young Silas

with the exception of young Silas Winters – as well as several of the crew, are either graduates or stu- dents of Rosebud School of the Arts (RSA). Their director, Paul F. Muir, is also RSA’s education di - rector. Their performances make these ridiculous characters relatable, and give us a laugh-a-minute all the way through the show. We laughed at the father who’s not the brightest bulb in the string of Christmas lights. We laughed at the family’s problems with their furnace – and how they consider it perfectly normal. We laughed at the Peter and the Wolf music (with sound de- sign by Paul Zacharias) that plays when the school bully comes out – and how he makes the other kids run scared. And we laughed at the extremes young Ralphie goes to, to convince his parents to buy that gun. That laughter is even better than the sweet lov- ing message of A Christmas Story. It’s silly. It’s zany. It’s ridiculous. And the best reason to see the play is the opportunity to share that laughter for two full hours. Whether you’re young or old or in-between, whether you’re hopeful or cynical or just plain tired, and even if you’re stressed or grumpy, the laughter of A Christmas Story will do you good. A Christmas Story will be performed in Rose- bud’s Opera House through Dec. 22. Get more information and tickets at 1-800-267-7553 or rose- budtheatre.com.

in Rose- bud’s Opera House through Dec. 22. Get more information and tickets at 1-800-267-7553 or

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November 8, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11 WORLD WAR I – THE GREAT WAR

WORLD WAR I – THE GREAT WAR – THE WAR TO END ALL WARS

Disagreements in Europe over territory and boundaries, among other issues, came to a head with the assassination by a Serbian zealot of the Archduke Ferdinand of Austria on June 28th, 1914. Exactly one month later, war broke out, and by the end of 1915, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany and the Ottoman Empire were fighting the allied powers of Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro, Canada, Newfoundland and Japan. In 1917, the U.S. entered the war after the British passenger liner, the Lusitania, was sunk by a German submarine, killing 128 Americans.

THIS IS THE STORY OF BUT ONE BATTLE OF MANY, OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR. THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME - July 1st to November 18th, 1916

This battle was one of the costliest battles of World War I. Fought between the British Empire, made up of Australia, Bermuda, Canada, India, Newfoundland (not a part of Canada at that time), New Zealand, South Africa, Southern Rhodesia, United Kingdom and the Empire’s ally, France, against the German Empire. On July 1st, the strength of the armies of the British Empire was 390,000 in 13 divisions, and the French was 330,000 in 11 divisions. The German Empire had 315,000 in 10 ½ divisions. From July – November the British Empire armies increased to 1,530,000 in 50 divisions, the French to 1,440,000 in 48 divisions, and the German Empire to 1,500,000 in 50 divisions. Canada alone sustained 24,029 casualties. Total British Commonwealth casualties totalled 419,654 and 95,675 killed and missing; total French casualties totalled 204,253 and 50,756 killed and missing; Germany sustained 465,000 – 600,000 casualties, 164,055 killed and missing and 38,000 prisoners of war.

The 4th Canadian Division arrived on the Somme in mid-October to take over from their exhausted fellow Canadians who had been fighting there. They faced a battlefield that had turned to mud and a determined German defence that continued to take a murderous toll on Allied attacks. Despite these great challenges, the Canadians finally

captured the shattered remains of Regina Trench on November 11. A week later, in the final attack of the Battle of the Somme, the Canadians took Desire Trench. There were no further advances as the winter weather came and the offensive staggered to a halt. The ‘Big Push’ had resulted in the Allied lines being moved forward only some ten kilometres.

Losses were truly appalling as the Allies suffered more than 650,000 casualties, including some 200,000 who had lost their lives. The Germans, who had also suffered greatly in the fighting, dubbed the Battle of the Somme “das Blutbad” (the blood bath).

Sadly, Canadian losses would contribute to this grim toll. More than 24,000 of our soldiers were killed, wounded or went missing on the Somme. The fallen from this battle were among the more than 66,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who lost their lives in the First World War.

More Battles of World War I were as follows. Each one bloody and fierce in its own right.

Battle of Tannenberg – August of 1914 – first battle on the Eastern Front – between Russia and Germany The First Battle of Ypres – August 1914 The First Battle of Marne – September 1914 The Second Battle of Ypres – April 1915 The Battle of Gallipoli – 1915 – 1916 The Battle of Jutland – Spring of 1916 The Battle of Verdun – February 21st to December 16th, 1916 Passchendaele – Also known as the Third Battle of Ypres – 1917 The Battle of Caporetta – Fall of 1917 The Battle of Cambrai - 1917 The Battle of Amiens – August 8th, 1918

of Cambrai - 1917 The Battle of Amiens – August 8th, 1918 WORLD WAR I ENDED

WORLD WAR I ENDED WITH THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES ON JUNE 28TH, 1919

WAR I ENDED WITH THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES ON JUNE 28TH, 1919 The first global conflict

The first global conflict had claimed from 9 million to 13 million lives and caused unprecendented damage. Germany had formally surrendered on November 11, 1918, and all nations had agreed to stop fighting while the terms of peace were negotiated. On June 28th, 1919, Germany and the Allied Nations (including Britain, France, Italy and Russia) signed the Treaty of Versailles, thereby ending the war.

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In an end to their seasons that no one wanted to come so soon, both the ban- tam and peewee Strathmore Community Football Association (SCFA) Badgers teams lost in their respective B division league finals. Playing in Red Deer at Great Chief Park Nov. 2, both teams played very strong defensive games with all the heart they could muster. Playing against the Notre Dame Jr Cou- gars, the bantam Badgers played up and down the field, making some big hits and completing several interceptions in the strong defensive game. With no points scored by either team in the sec- ond half of the game, the Badgers fell 24-12 to earn second place in their divi- sion but lost out on the chance to attend provincials. “The kids were positive the whole

game and they stayed in it until the very end. I couldn’t be any prouder of them and how they played,” said coach Greg Zaugg. Meanwhile, the peewee Badgers played the strongest game they could with only

17 players against the Red Deer Hornets

36-player team. They eventually lost 26-

12 in a style of game opposite that of the

bantams, where the score clock read 0-0 at half time and no points were scored until the second half of the game. “We played extremely well … we were the smallest team (in the league) player number wise and the second smallest team size wise and we came in second in the league, so I’ll take that as a pretty good year,” said coach Doug Thiessen, who added that the Badgers scored two touchdowns against the Hornets in their final game, a feat no other team has ac- complished this season. The coaches remarked how this year

both teams had the best camaraderie possible among the players and they both had the best chemistry teams can possibly have. The SCFA will host their year-end ban- quet on Nov. 23 at the Strathmore Civic Centre to recap the year and to hand out the season’s awards.

Weekend split

Hockey Summit The Wheatland Kings defended home ice with a 3-2 win over Stettler

on Nov. 2 at the Strathmore Family Centre. The local Junior-B team was six seconds away from collecting three out of four points when they allowed a late goal en route to a 4-3 road loss the following day in High River. The team looks to rebound with a trio of games, including a home date versus Coaldale on Nov. 10 (4:30 p.m.).

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Westmount Elementary, Crowther Memorial Junior High and Strathmore High School presented their second Strathmore Hockey Summit on Oct. 30 at the Strathmore Family Centre and Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre. The summit provided students with opportunities to develop their on-ice hockey skills and to learn off-ice physical training techniques.

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Bareback rookie heading to Las Vegas

ADELLE ELLIS

Times Reporter

In his rookie season, 13-year-old rodeo athlete Jaxon Campbell is heading to the big leagues, winning his way to the Junior Roughstock World Finals in Las Vegas, Nev. this December. Campbell, who has been riding bareback for a little over

a year, won a wild card qualifier spot during the Cana- dian Junior Roughstock Championship Oct. 4-6 in Teepee Creek, Alta. to the world finals. “I placed well; both my rides were good. My first horse was good and the last horse I got on was a really power- ful horse, she was a full-sized horse and that horse has never been covered and I didn’t cover her because she’s

a little more powerful,” said Campbell, who rode his first

horse Sebastian, but got bucked from his second horse, Buckskin Annie, in 3.6 seconds. Sebastian tested Campbell’s nerves as he decided to drop his front two legs to the ground just as Campbell nodded for the chutes to open. Once Sebastian was flushed out from the chutes and started bucking, Campbell recovered and spurred the strongest he could, got a great mark up and was able to come out of the ride with a good score, but not before getting hung up in the rigging. “It was a little scary; I spurred really hard and well and

I ended up getting hung up. It was my first time getting

hung up so luckily the pickup men were there to help get me out,” said Campbell. After getting bucked from his second horse Buckskin Annie, Campbell was sore from the ride and a little hurt, especially knowing that because he didn’t cover both horses he probably wouldn’t win his way to worlds in Vegas, the dream that he has been pursuing since starting in rodeo. Good news came his way when only one senior rider covered both his horses and there were three spots available for the world finals. “I got pretty sore off that last ride; I was kind of hurt physically and mentally but I was told I would be going to Vegas in a wild card spot and that cleared my day right up,” said Campbell, who has been eating healthier, do- ing exercises and training his body in preparation for the

world finals next month. He was also able to find four corporate sponsors to

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help cover the costs of the trip and has received some personal donations as well, but is still looking for some more sponsors. Campbell, who has autism, attention deficit hyperactiv- ity disorder (ADHD) and social anxiety disorder, says all the encouragement and help he has received from family, friends and the rodeo community has helped him to find his passion, work his hardest to make it this far and help him to feel included with a strong sense of belonging. “I’m so proud of his dedication and how much effort he is putting into improving,” said Tiffany Campbell, Jaxon’s mother. “He is actually thinking long term about compet- ing in college and trying to get scholarships, and he even asked about moving to Montana to go to a school there that has a rodeo program, like we have hockey programs. I’m amazed with how much he has grown and changed in the last year.” Although Campbell may be looking long term at a ca- reer in rodeo, for now he is just focusing on the world finals in Vegas and will be aiming to win. “There are going to be some powerful horses. I’m a first-year rookie and I made it as far as I can go, to Vegas, so I’m going to try my hardest to win,” he said.

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Obituary GORDON, Larry Lynn June 5, 1936 - November 2, 2019 It is with profound sadness

GORDON,

Larry Lynn

June 5, 1936 - November 2, 2019

It is with profound sadness that we announce the

passing of Larry Gordon after his courageous battle with cancer. He was the cherished husband to Denise for 63 years, loving Dad to Shelley Wallace (Rick), Rick Gor- don (Debra), Carrie Peru (Richard), seven wonderful Grandchildren and “Big Papa” to eight Great Grand- children, who were the loves of his life. He will be missed by his brothers, Don Gordon, Rusty Gordon (Cheryl), his sister Hazel Haggarty, as well as many special relatives and friends that he grew up with in Cluny. Larry was raised by Lynn and Marie Gordon in Cluny, Alberta where he farmed and was the Esso Imperial Oil agent from 1976 to 2001. He retired from Esso but remained farming with his son Rick until 2018. Larry and Denise enjoyed camping with family and friends and travelled throughout the years to many destinations. From 2010 to 2016 they were “snow-

birds” in Casa Grande, Arizona where they made many cherished friends from the U.S. and Southern Alberta. Larry will be forever remembered by his loving fam-

ily and by all his friends whose lives he so deeply touched. Larry’s family would like to share their heartfelt grati- tude towards Dr. Young and Dr. Fanning, as well as the staff at the Strathmore Hospital and Sagewood for the care that was given during Larry’s battle with cancer.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, November

15, 2019 at Strathmore Alliance Church (325 - 1 Ave) at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Al-

berta Cancer Foundation (1331 – 29 St. NW Calgary, T2N 4N2 or www.albertacancer.ca/donate/) would be greatly appreciated. To send condolences, please vis-

it Larry’s obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca

would be greatly appreciated. To send condolences, please vis- it Larry’s obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca

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Obituary

NADOBNY, Kenneth Orville

1971 - 2019

Kenneth Orville “Ken” Nadobny of Rockyford, passed away peacefully at the Strathmore Hospital on Octo- ber 29, 2019 at the age of 48 years. Ken is survived by his two children - Dana (Adam) Da- vies of Lethbridge, Cody Davies of Strathmore, their mother Christine (Kunkel) Nadobny of Langdon, two grandchildren Draydin and Trenton Davies, two sis- ters Ann (Gord) Rupp & family of Champion and Sandy (Dwayne) Haga & family of Medicine Hat. He was pre- deceased by his parents, Ken and Carol Nadobny. A Celebration of Life will be held in Ken’s honor on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 2:00 pm at the Vulcan Legion Hall (240 Sinclair Rd). Any tributes in Ken’s memory can be made to the Strathmore Hospital Palliative Care Unit, 200 Brent Blvd, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J9. Arrangements in care of Vulcan Funeral Home. Tele- phone 1-403-485-2633. E-mail condolences through www.vulcanfuneralhome.ca.

MEMORIAM

ELLIS, Dale

In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather Who passed away on November 8, 1987

We think about you always, we talk about you still. you have never been forgotten, and you never will. We hold you close within our hearts and there you will remain. To walk and guide us through our lives, until we meet again.

Dearly loved, sadly missed and always remembered by his loving family: Marie, Perry, June, Norman, Karen, David, Trish, Kevin, Keane, Spencer, Adelle, Nicole, Jessica, Ian, Nicholas, Brodie, Aiden and Riley

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THE STRATHMORE DISTRICT HEALTH FOUNDATION

Extends a sincere thank you to the following organizations and individuals for their recent donations. All of which assist us in our aim to provide more advanced and improved equipment for the Strathmore Health Services, and to replace certain items that are beyond repair and for which parts are no longer available. OUR APPRECIATION GOES TO:

The Standard Colony Farming Company The Gleichen-Cluny United Fund Gregory Harriman & Associates Standard Seniors & Lionettes • Quesada Restaurant Langdon IOOF Lodge and Rebekah Lodge The Estate of Blanche Wise Richard Cody of the Trophy Shop • Olive Hayes • Vivian Noy Strathmore U.C.W. • Stephen Bitzer • Lance Wheeler Estate Strathmore Masonic Temple Strathmore Royal Canadian Legion Gleichen & District Historical Society The Tree of Hope Fund 2018

And all of the individuals making Memorial and Personal donations to Strathmore District Health Foundation

Strathmore District Health Foundation Board

COMING EVENTS

DAN SPECHT 80th Birthday Celebration OPEN HOUSE Saturday, November 9 2 – 5 pm Cairnhill
DAN SPECHT
80th Birthday
Celebration
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, November 9
2 – 5 pm
Cairnhill
Community Hall
8 miles south- ½ miles east
on 817 from
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NOTICES

Wheatland Feeders Co-op Association Box 2118, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K1

NOTICE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Monday, November 18, 2019

Calgary Stockyards Ltd. Cafeteria Area 7 PM Members and Guests

For information 403-901-3172

Wheatland County Food Bank

Annual General Meeting

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Starting at 10 a.m.

The Food Bank 124 Orchard Way, Strathmore

The public is welcome to attend.

Experienced Cleaners in Strathmore We will do cleaning of businesses, offices, construction cleaning & homes

Experienced Cleaners

in Strathmore We will do cleaning of businesses, offices, construction cleaning & homes in Strathmore & area. We carry insurance, bonded, workers compensation and are licensed.

Please contact 403-604-0181

or email me at giport@telus.net

Rosebud Seed Cleaning Plant

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Monday, December 9, 2019 1:30 p.m.

in the Rosebud Community Center

Everyone Welcome

THE STRATHMORE &WHEATLAND COUNTY CHRISTMAS HAMPER SOCIETY Our Campaign Kicks-Off on Tuesday, November 12 This
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Our Campaign Kicks-Off
on Tuesday, November 12
This program is neighbours helping
neighbours, all donations stay in
Strathmore and Wheatland County!
Donations can be made throughout
Strathmore and The County.
Look for collection boxes
at various locations to donate
food and NEW toys!
Monetary Donations can be mailed to:
Strathmore & Wheatland County
Christmas Hamper Society,
c/o Strathmore FCSS,
680 Westchester Rd.,
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1
Monday Donations can also be
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COMING EVENTS

Hope Community Preschool Christmas Market Saturday November 16 • 10 am - 3 pm Hope

Hope Community Preschool

Hope Community Preschool Christmas Market Saturday November 16 • 10 am - 3 pm Hope Community

Christmas Market

Saturday November 16 • 10 am - 3 pm

Hope Community Covenant Church:

245 Brent Blvd.

Santa Photos only $5

from 10 am-12 pm and 1pm-3pm Door prizes! Concession including homemade cinnamon buns and soup! Lots of local vendors!

$5 from 10 am-12 pm and 1pm-3pm Door prizes! Concession including homemade cinnamon buns and soup!
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Join us at Tullamore Retreat Centre in rural Strathmore, Alberta for a weekend of self-care

Join us at Tullamore Retreat Centre in

rural Strathmore, Alberta for a weekend of

self-care and nourishment designed to

help you have your best holiday season ever.

Dates: November 22nd-24th

Cost: $285+tax and accommodation (before discount)

Find us on Facebook/Instragram or contact us at 403-324-1430 or tullamoreretreatcentre@gmail. com to find out more information on how you can be a part of this experience. If your feeling pressed for cash, but are still really want to go contact us for information on our karma spots that come at a significantly reduced price.

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Hospital Auxiliary Tea Craft & Bake Sale Saturday, Novemer 9 1:30-3:30 pm Strathmore Alliance Church
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Saturday, Novemer 9
1:30-3:30 pm
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Lyalta’s Annual Christmas Craft Sale Lyalta Community Hall Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00 am –

Lyalta’s Annual Christmas Craft Sale

Lyalta Community Hall Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Featuring – Local Cabinet Maker Display Taylor Desjardins

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2018 – Gold – Skills National Canada – Edmonton 2019 – 4th. Place – Global Skills – Australia 2019 – 10th. & Medallion of Excellence – Worlds Skills – Russia

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Strathmore Station Restaurant & Pub 380 Ridge Road Strathmore AB Is Hiring: 1 Permanent, Full

Strathmore Station Restaurant & Pub 380 Ridge Road Strathmore AB Is Hiring:

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$21.63 Hourly, for 35-44 Hours per week Experience: 3 to 5 years

Duties/Abilities: Must plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate daily operations, while ensuring that all health, safety, and liquor legislation and regulations are followed. Respond to customer complaints and negotiate with clients for catering or use of facilities. Determine type of service offered, implement procedure, order and make arrangements for food and other supplies, participate in marketing plans. Responsible for hiring, training, scheduling, evaluation, and supervision of 5-10 staff. Must possess great oral communication, excellent problem solving skills, and organized job task planning abilities. Must be customer service oriented and be able to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment while paying attention to detail. Standing and/or walking for extended periods. Speak, Read, Write English

How to Apply: In Person between 12:00 and 17:00, or By E-mail to strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com

HELP WANTED

SEASONAL LABOURERS REQUIRED FOR GREENHOUSE OPERATION

Responsibilities include transplanting, watering, handling & maintenance of plant material and preparation of orders. Labourers are required to work a minimum of 40 hours per week and must be available to work different shifts, 7 days a week. Positions are available starting early March and last until late June. No previous work experience or qualifications required. Starting wage is $15 per hour. Hiring for both Standard and Rockyford locations.

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CULTIVATED FARM LAND

FOR SALE BY TENDER

Murray Carr is offering the following property for sale by tender, subject to the right of first refusal of the current tenant and subject to the restrictions in the existing certificate of title:

NE-25-22-28-W4

The property contains 106.91 acres M/L and is located approximately 2 miles South East of Indus Alberta, 3/4 mile South of Fulton Industrial Park. It is bordered by the CPR main rail line on the North side. Completely fenced.

For further details, please contact Murray Carr at (403) 333-0772.

Possession date Feb. 7, 2020

Tender Agreements may be acquired from and returned to:

Lynn Woods Law Office Box 2335, #101 318 3rd Avenue Strathmore, AB T1P 1K3

Phone: (403) 934-6333

Email: Lynn@strathmorelaw.ca

Fax: (403) 934-6355

Sealed Tender Agreements must be accompanied by a 10% deposit in the form of a bank draft payable to Lynn Woods Law Office In Trust, no later than 4:00 p.m. on December 12, 2019. Conditional tenders will not be considered.

The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. The deposits of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them.

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

The following briefly describes property offered for sale by tender. Description of Bishop Land:

Parcel A- is 724 + or- acres with 1 water well, on the east side of Seiu Lake. There is an abundance of water as the land surrounds the lake. The proper-

ty is north and east of Hussar AB in Wheatland County.

Parcel B- is 456 + or- acres, on the west side of Seiu Lake. Included with this parcel is a beautiful treed farm yard; which has two houses, 2 shops, 2 water wells, new barn with corrals and cattle handling system, some bins and other out buildings.

This is a total of 1180 more or less deeded acres for sale. Would prefer to sell property as one parcel of land. Would certainly consider selling parcel

A and B individually.

For further details please contact Colby Bishop at (403) 321-0359 or Lorne Bishop at (403) 321-0448

Tenders in writing will be accepted by lawyer no later than 4:00p.m on Fri- day December 13, 2019. Included with the sealed tender marked, “Bishop Tender” a 10% deposit in form of bank draft or certified cheque payable to Schumacher Gough & Company In Trust. The balance of the purchase price

is required by Friday, January 24, 2020.

Tenders should be delivered to the office of:

Schumacher Gough & Company Attention: Mr. Harry Gough 196 3 Ave. Drumheller, AB. T0J 0Y0 Phone# (403) 823-2424

Deposits of unsuccessful tenders will be returned. The only cheque to be cashed will be the one from the successful tender, and the others will be returned uncashed. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

The following briefly describes property offered for sale by tender. Description of Bishop Land:

Parcel A- is 724 + or- acres with 1 water well, on the east side of Seiu Lake. There is an abundance of water as the land surrounds the lake. The proper-

ty is north and east of Hussar AB in Wheatland County.

Parcel B- is 456 + or- acres, on the west side of Seiu Lake. Included with this parcel is a beautiful treed farm yard; which has two houses, 2 shops, 2 water wells, new barn with corrals and cattle handling system, some bins and other out buildings.

This is a total of 1180 more or less deeded acres for sale. Would prefer to sell property as one parcel of land. Would certainly consider selling parcel

A and B individually.

For further details please contact Colby Bishop at (403) 321-0359 or Lorne Bishop at (403) 321-0448

Tenders in writing will be accepted by lawyer no later than 4:00p.m on Fri- day December 13, 2019. Included with the sealed tender marked, “Bishop Tender” a 10% deposit in form of bank draft or certified cheque payable to Schumacher Gough & Company In Trust. The balance of the purchase price

is required by Friday, January 24, 2020.

Tenders should be delivered to the office of:

Schumacher Gough & Company Attention: Mr. Harry Gough 196 3 Ave. Drumheller, AB. T0J 0Y0 Phone# (403) 823-2424

Deposits of unsuccessful tenders will be returned. The only cheque to be cashed will be the one from the successful tender, and the others will be returned uncashed. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

HELP WANTED

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

Being a smaller office, we are looking for someone that is able to work on their own and fulfill office duties without much supervision. The applicant must be able to track inventories, keep up on ordering stock of many types of materials, input orders, send out emails and create invoices. Answering phone calls providing excellent customer service, working well with others, and having general office etiquette is a must. Computer skills are critical. Applicant will be required to learn new software and have experience in Microsoft applications in particular Excel. They will be able to retain confidentiality to sensitive information and be bondable. Having a reliable work attendance is very important during our busy season as well as being able to handle high pressure situations and multi-tasking duties. Knowledge of office equipment and troubleshooting is a plus. References required. Position is Full-Time Seasonal.

Please send resumes to avbgreenhouses@gmail.com

is a plus. References required. Position is Full-Time Seasonal. Please send resumes to avbgreenhouses@gmail.com

REAL ESTATE

1600 ACRES OF GOOD QUALITY FARMLAND For Sale in SE Saskatchewan $2,787,000.00. 1560 cul- tivated acres $139,000.00 rent with 10 year lease. Quarter with mineral rights for sale as well. Great farm- ers renting and excellent investment opportunity. Call Doug 306-716-2671.

RENTALS

CHINOOK III. 1 bdrm or 2 bdrm. ½ month rent free with a six month lease. Heat & water included. No pets. Please call for availability. Call Keli 403-324-2944.

EMERALD MANAGEMENT & REALTY LTD.

WESTMOUNT DR.

1 & 2 bedroom bungalow, bi-lvl & 2 stry units with parking, some fully renovated & include W/D. Family Friendly. No Pets. From $845. + Utilities.

Please contact our Leasing Team:

403-237-8811

COMMERCIAL

RENTAL

2,000 sq ft of fully furnished

COMMERCIAL

OFFICE SPACE

FOR LEASE

Located in a very nice professional mall on Wheatland Trail. $13/sq ft.

Please call

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WALKOUT BASEMENT FOR RENT

Beautiful, bright walkout basement for rent just North of Strathmore. The quiet of acreage living but the convenience of only being a couple of km from Strathmore. Own private entrance. Large Bright living/dining room. Two bedrooms, one on suite. Modern bathroom with granite tops, two sinks, toilet and big walk in shower. Brand New kitchen with fridge, stove, microwave, double sinks, lots of cupboards and pantry for storage. Kitchen also contains washer and dryer. Gated outside parking. Use of garden and gazebo (shared with owners who live upstairs). Non smokers, No Pets or Kids. Rent $1200 per month plus one month security deposit. Rent to include most of the utilities and has satellite TV.

More info please call

Chris or Sue 403 901 0838

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AUCTIONS

2 PARCELS OF FARMLAND - Gordondale & Fairview, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auction- eers Unreserved Auction, November 19-20 - Grande

Prairie Site. Each Parcel is

161 +/- Title Acres. $6700

Surface Lease Revenue at Gordondale & $3200 Surface Lease Revenue at Fairview. Jerry Hodge: 780.706.6652; Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd. rbauction.com/ realestate.

FIREARMS WANTED FOR

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HEATED CANOLA buying Green, Heated or Spring- thrashed Canola. Buying:

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